CEB Press Workshop

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2016 Extreme Manufacturing Workshop

In 2012 we did our first one day build of a heavy machine - the brick press since then we have been optimizing our methods to develop what we call Xtreme Manufacturing is a rapid parallel large-scale builds that are intended to change the world and how things are made wiethop cloud-based production and Achieve spectacular results who are people that participate can be novices in 2016 we are taking our Brit press the last mile to a hundred percent release status with full documentation based on the hundreds of pages of documentation and full CAD design files for availing a production manual for how somebody can build the Press themselves or take it to a local fabricator to Get It produced close to the cost of materials join our Workshop to experience this extreme build event and to learn how you can start a brake press manufacturing operation yourself why compressed Earth blocks the next video messages.

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Interest

  • Paolo
  • Craig
  • Adrian Bullock
  • Eric Gonzales
  • Mohammed
  • Cliff
  • Wayne
  • Emily
  • Jonathan
  • Tom
  • Scott + 2 more
  • Nathan

Remote

Goal is to produce Build Documentation in realtime.

  • Jean-Baptiste - remote doc
  • Vladimir - Scribus
  • Andrea OSE France

Participants

  • Marcin Jakubowski
  • Adrian Bullock
  • Eric Gonzales
  • Andrew Gonzales
  • Robert Deay
  • Mohammed Abujayyab
  • Paulo Henrique Silva
  • JJ Johnson
  • Nathan Callahan
  • Shayna Flynn
  • Taylor Granat
  • Sarah Ciardi

Need Form

  • Nick
  • Nick's girlfriend
  • Arthur Moore - not on eventbrite
  • Parise Yorke
  • Mark Berg
  • Robert Chastain
  • Derek Williams
  • Scott Mader
  • Tom Griffing
  • Joshua Langevin
  • Marco Malatrasi
  • Jonathan Kocurek

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Friends,

Welcome to this weekend's workshops at Open Source Ecology. It will be exciting indeed as we build better, cheaper, and faster than ever before on the Brick Press. And a Power Cube about 50% more power at the same cost as the previous version. We are the only place in the world building heavy machines in One Day. We also have Jim Hallock - leading CEB builder - present on stabilized block and construction methods.

We now have 24 participants for the build, so that is a perfect size team for the task.

First, logistics - if you haven't filled out the logistics form - it's to coordinate accommodations, meals, travel. So even if you are here already - or if your plans have updated - or are a team member - or someone traveling with you did not fill one out - please fill it out.

http://opensourceecology.org/wiki/CEB_Press_Workshop#Logistics

The results are here - phone numbers in case you need to coordinate with others you meet in this adventure. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1AYNbd0Zqx_dECS-cdt0jFGx5s_-fFkxscFVIUNazG4c/edit#gid=1228767672

To prepare: bring work gloves, eye protection, steel toed boots, and ear protection. Long sleeves and pants also. If you have an angle grinder - that too - though we will have a good number to go around.

If you'd like to see a peek preview of the build - the files are all there in FreeCAD - http://opensourceecology.org/wiki/CEB_Press_v16.09

Also: join the OSE Workshops FB - https://www.facebook.com/groups/398759490316633/requests/

Follow OSE: https://www.facebook.com/OpenSourceEcology/?ref=hl

See you soon, Marcin and Team